I am so sorry your meds are not working. Be VERY careful if they want to take you off of the lyrica. It MUST be tapered off slowly to discontinue it. VERY SLOWLY or you have the risk of seizures.
I don't think the nsaids are going to work, with the exception of MAYBE toradol. But you can only take toradol for a few days as it will destroy your stomach.
I am using fentanyl patches and they are extremely helpful in controlling the pain. They stay on for 72 hours (3 days) and then you change them. I also take oxycodone with them and my lyrica.
Keep on the doc until you find meds you CAN take.
Often they try enbrel or humira to help if there is any chance of arthritis. For some people those are miracle meds, for me they did nothing.
you just have to keep plugging along, sooner or later you will find more ideas.
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